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Pakistan: Criminals -- or victims of an unjust system?
If the President really wants to help women in prison, he would do well to repeal the Hudood Ordinances.
Iraq: Shouting to be heard in new Iraq
The biggest challenge facing women is how to make their opinions count in the new government.
Afghanistan: Focus on women's status in third post-conflict year
Afghan journalist Shukria Dawi Barekzai is optimistic that 2004 will prove to be a turning point for women in her country.
Kenya: Constitutional endorsement of Muslim courts provokes anger
A meeting of church leaders in Kenya has been called to discuss how they can remove a clause in the draft constitution that recognises Muslim courts - also referred to as Kadhi's courts.
Malaysia: Joint Action Group against Violence against Women
Women Monitoring Election Candidates (WoMEC).
البرلمان المصري يوافق على إنشاء محكمة خاصة لقضايا الأسرة
Iraq: Interim Constitution Shortchanges Women
Iraq’s proposed interim constitution fails to give adequate protection to women’s human rights.
حتلنة: نداء للتحرك العاجل من اجل حماية حقوق النساء العراقيات في قوانين العائلة
المنظمات النسائية ترحب بإلغاء مجلس الحكم قرار 137
Iraq: Iraqis agree draft constitution
A temporary constitution for Iraq has finally been agreed after days of talks by the country's interim leaders.
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